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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Societal context: National setting Nation characteristics Relational patterns in nation
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Relational patterns in nation, family, marriage, relatives, friends, nuclear, extended
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Leepin, P. Le Monde Entier Interviewé. (The Entire World Interviewed).
La Baloise, Groupe des Assurances, 1978, Bâle, Switzerland
Lane, R.E. The Road not Taken: Friendship, Consumerism, and Happiness.
Critical Review, 1994, Vol. 8, 521 - 554
Lane, R.E. Diminishing Returns to Income, Companionship and Happiness.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2000, Vol. 1, 103 - 119
Veenhoven, R. Bevrijde Sexualiteit. (Liberated Sexuality).
De Psycholoog, Juli/Augustus 2002, Vol. 42, 377 - 382
VandeVliert, E.; Janssen, O. Competitive Societies are Happy if the Women are Less Competitive Than the Men.
Cross-Cultural Research, 2002, Vol. 36, 321 - 337
Lane, R.E. The Loss of Happiness in Market Democracies.
Yale University Press, 2000, New Haven, USA
Bartolini, S.; Bilancini, E.; Pugno, M. Did the Decline in Social Capital Decrease American Happiness? A Relational Explanation of the Happiness Paradox.
Working Paper nr. 513, University of Siena, August 2007, Siena, Italy
Leite Mota, G.; Trigo Pereira, P. Happiness, Economic Well-Being, Social Capital and the Quality of Institutions.
Working Paper no 40, 2008, Department of Economics, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Helliwell, J.F. Life Satisfaction and Quality of Development.
NBER Working Paper no. 14507, 2008, Cambridge, USA
Bartolini, S.; Bilancini, E.; Pugno, M. American Declines in Social Capital and Happiness: Is There Any Linkage?
Paper, University of Siena, 2009, Italy
Oishi, S.; Schimmack, U. Culture and Well-Being: A New Inquiry into the Psychological Wealth of Nations.
Psychological Science, 2010, Vol. 43, 464 - 471
Requena, F. Welfare Systems, Support Networks and Subjective Well-Being among Retired People.
Social Indicators Research, 2010, Vol. 99, 511 - 529
Oishi, S.; Sullivan, H.W. The Mediating Role of parental Expectations in Culture and Well-Being.
Journal of Personality, 2005, Vol. 73, 1267 - 1294
Delhey, J.; Kroll, C. A " Happiness Test" for the New Measures of the National Well-Being: How much Better than GDP are They?
WZB Discussion Paper SP I 2012-201, 2012, Berlin, Germany
Bartolini, S.; Sarracino, F. Happy for How Long? How Social Capital and GDP relate to Happiness over Time.
Paper no. 621, University of Siena, Department of Political Economics, 2011, Siena, Italy
Yang, Y. Long and happy living: Trends and patterns of happy life expectancy in the U.S., 1970 - 2000.
Social Science Research, 2008, Vol. 37, 1235 - 1252
Oishi, S.; Akimoto, S.A.; Richards, J.R.K. Feeling Understood as a Key to Cultural Differences in Life Satisfaction.
Journal of Research in Personality, 2013, Vol. 47, 488 - 491
Bruni, L.; Ferri, G. Does Cooperativeness Promote Happiness? Cross-country Evidence.
MoFIR Research Paper, 2015, No. 107, 1 - 24,
Stanca, L. With or Without You? Measuring the Quality of Relational Life Throughout the World.
BCOCCA Working Paper Series, 2008, No. 144, 1 - 30, Milano, Italy
Brulé, G; Veenhoven, R. Average Happiness and Dominant Family Type. In regions in Western Europe around 2000.
Advances in Applied Sociology, 2014, 4, 271 -288
Ten Kate, J. Collectivism, Marriage, and Well-Being: How and why the Extent to which Marriage leads to greater Subjective Well-Being depends on National Collectivism.
Master Thesis, Erasmus School of History, 2015, 1 - 40, Netherlands
Beytia, P. The Singularity of Latin American Patterns of Happiness.
Handbook of Happiness Research in Latin America, 2015, Part of the series International Handbooks of Quality-of-Life, 17 - 29
Ambrey, C.L.; Fleming, C.M.; Ulichny, J. The Social Connectedness and Life Satisfaction Nexus: A Panel Data Analysis of Women in Australia.
Feminist Economics, 2016, 1 - 32
Böckerman, P.; Laamanen, J.P.; Palosaari, E. The Role of Social Ties in Explaining Heterogeneity in the Association Between Economic Growth and Subjective Well-Being
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2016, Vol. 17, 2457- 2479
Rojas, M. Happiness in Latin America Has Social Foundations.
World Happiness Report, 2018, Chapter 5, 89 - 115
Beytia, P. The Efficiency of Subjective Well-Being a Key of Latin American Development
Scholars Publishing, Latin American perspectives on Global Development.,Cambridge, 2018